Danny Ocean, the Venezuelan singer and songwriter, unveiled the official music video for his song “Bring Me Back to Life.” The video showcases unique glimpses of Danny’s tour experiences, providing a window into his off-stage persona. It’s a gift to the fans who have attended his concerts, those set to attend the upcoming dates, and even those who couldn’t attend.
With this video, Danny concludes the cycle of @dannocean, the two-part album that included the tracks “Fuera del Mercado” and “Volare.” Notably, Danny has surpassed 500 million streams across six songs, including his globally recognized breakthrough single, “Me Rehúso,” which has over 1.8 billion views on YouTube.
Recently, he released his collaboration with Greeicy on the song “Zha,” which has garnered nearly one million views on YouTube within a few days of its release. The “Zha” video is inspired by the movie “Flashdance,” starring Greeicy.
Furthermore, Danny’s latest show at the Lincoln Center was a resounding and surprising success, as the attendance greatly exceeded the venue’s capacity, creating an exhilarating chaos.
Danny is currently working on his new album, slated for release in 2024. He also continues touring globally and has a performance scheduled at the upcoming Coca Cola Flow Fest in Mexico City, where he was recently announced as the headliner.